The Mount Airy Restoration Foundation presents its 27th annual Christmas Holiday Tour Dec. 1-2 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and from 1 to 5 p.m. on Sunday. Tickets for the two day event are $15 each and they may be used both days.
This year’s tour includes a variety of new homes, such as those owned by Jay and Melissa Moseley and Toby and Staci Hiatt and the Dogwood Cabin at White Sulphur Springs. Historical structures feature the Mayberry Manor Guest House, Edwards-Franklin House, Masonic Temple, Uptown Gallery, William Alfred Moore House and Gertrude Smith House.
The Dogwood Cabin at White Sulpur Springs is located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, just one mile from historic Mount Airy. Owned by Burke Robertson Associates, Cabin No. 1 will be open for the holiday tour. The property is the site of the former historic White Sulphur Springs Hotel “circa 1910.” Guests enjoy the beauty and seclusion just as folks did at the turn of the century. Natural Christmas decorations will be seen throughout each room of the cabin.
Tickets may be purchased at the Mount Airy Chamber of Commerce, from any board member, or by calling Rees at 786-1098 or Harbour at 786-2070.